A Business Guide to Cloud Communications

by Jessica Duvall on June 7, 2016 · 0 comments

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It’s inevitable that your traditional, trusted phone system will eventually show signs of age or weakness. Perhaps it isn’t flexible enough to keep up with the needs of your business as you add branch offices or move applications to the cloud or is becoming unreliable with more dropped calls and degrading call quality. Is your phone system outdated?

If any of this sounds familiar, it may be time to consider replacing your phone system. And if supporting growth, seasonal variations or reducing costs are among your top goals, your best options may reside in the cloud.

THE TOP BENEFITS OF A CLOUD-BASED PHONE SYSTEM:

• More value for your investment
• Fewer IT resources
• Greater administrative flexibility
• Increase productivity by adding apps

Cloud-based phone systems can make your business more agile, flexible and innovative, even while they offer reliability at less cost. In addition, they can provide you with a competitive advantage by providing greater access to the latest innovative features.

But the flexibility and array of available features sometimes make choosing a cloud-based system challenging. So let’s look at some benefits and consider a few questions you should ask when determining whether the cloud is the right solution for your business.

LEARN HOW TO KNOW IF A CLOUD PHONE SYSTEM IS RIGHT FOR YOU

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